The lease break process can at times prove a challenging process for all parties involved. It is important to be well equipped to guide both the Landlord and the Tenant through this time to achieve a positive result.
Being as well prepared as possible for this process in addition to maximising time and minimising risk for you, your Owners and your Tenants can ensure that the process is not a bumpy ride for all parties involved.
Developing a system where both the Owners and Tenants are informed of their requirements under the legislation and the process from start to finish can help with reducing conflict and reduce any potential stress that can arise.
Keeping the lines of communication open between the Owner and Tenant from the time the tenant provides notice until the tenant vacates and a new tenant is found can minimise risk to the agency and ensure that each party involved in the journey is comfortable to find a positive outcome.
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